Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Trip to the most southern part of Finland

In this easter holiday we had a trip to Hanko, the most southern part of Finland. It was Sunday and some of my friends wanted to have a long drive. We were also interested. Since we don't have a car we just jumped into one my friends' car. We were 13 in total and went with 4 cars.

On the way going there, we had 3 cars. But, Shohel vai and Shahrukh vai joined us in Hanko beach. It was 116 km from our home, so pretty long drive. The beach in Hanko was nice, it's sandy and quite long, the longest I have seen in Finland. We spent couple of hours in the beach - had snacks, gossip, and played a bit of frisbee golf.

On the way coming back Hasan proposed to go the village Fiskars. He said it's a nice small village where the famous Fiskars company started their journey. We had time in our hand and sun in the sky, so decided to give a visit to that place. To our amazement the road to Fiskars village is very nice - ups and downs with lots of bends. It was a bit challenging for the drivers but enjoyable for us who were sitting behind :)

We spent half an hour to the village. Just walking around a bit and then headed back to home. It was a nice day out with nice weather. Here go few pictures of the day:

 Just reached the beach

Pushing the pram in sandy beach is not so easy :)

A part of the beach

The group sat on a high land to have some snacks

Now the photographer, Wali, is among us :)

Very happy for sun-bathing with jacket and cap on :D

The color of the water and sky was very nice 

Family picture :)

Best portrait of the day :)

In a restaurant on the way to Fiskars. We had a stop over to have some lunch.

That is the road to Fiskars village

In the village already

It's pretty old, isn't it?

 The trees look beautiful in dusk light, even without leaves.

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